Wednesday, 4 February 2015

The Sky’s the Limit with SyntheSys’ New Product Toolset, CloudbaSE.

As part of its ongoing investment to expand its Cloud footprint, SyntheSys today announces the release of CloudbaSE, SyntheSys’ Software-as-a-Service licensing toolset for IBM Rational Software. The new release marks a change for the Company in terms of delivery mechanisms it can now offer its customers. The CloudbaSE portfolio boasts 4 core products: CloudbaSE Requirements Manager, CloudbaSE Design Manager, CloudbaSE Verification Manager and CloudbaSE Project Manager.

CloudbaSE utilises the flexibility and versatility of Cloud computing to provide IBM Rational software in a more economical, adaptable way with no upfront costs or minimum license term. The mix of powerful IBM software, flexible licensing options and extensive experience offers powerful solutions to everyday challenges faced by many Systems & Software Engineers, Developers and Testing professionals.

The CloudbaSE portfolio enhances communication and collaboration within the Systems & Software Engineering Lifecycle which offers more ways for companies and their employees to leverage technology, from managing requirements to highlighting quality issues. Moreover, SyntheSys’ extensive expertise in the Systems & Software Engineering space is the real force behind the products and SyntheSys is excited to support customers in the acquiring, installation and servicing elements of new Systems & Software deployment.

‘’CloudbaSE is all about promoting flexibility which, in turn, leads to more effective System & Software Development Engineering and practices.’’, said John Hartas, SyntheSys’ Managing Director. ‘’We believe we can make a real impact on the wider Systems & Software Engineering community by increasing the accessibility and reducing the cost of ownership of engineering development toolsets.’’

Product Availability
All products in the CloudbaSE portfolio are globally available immediately. Please contact or visit for further information, technical specifications and useful resources.

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